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Alaska Quarterly Review

Volume 10, No. 1 & 2

Fall & Winter 1991

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SPECIAL SECTION: Jane Smiley
Let’s Say Iowa is the Opposite of Hollywood:
       An Interview with Jane Smiley
Dynamite
Mama in Her Kerchief, and I in My Cap
The Tale of the Bear (from The Greenlanders)
  FICTION  
New York Again
Sydney Harth
The Few Solid Ones Warren Maxwell
The Dream Sweep
Scott Lasser
Alligator Peter Turchi
Sinning F.R. Lewis
Piano Mary Aleta White
The Hat James Roth
Marathon William Cobb
An Arizona Town Kristen Meek
Doc Holliday's Grave William Matthews
POETRY
Reclining Nude
Lisa Mann
Fatima Fernandez Lisa Mann
The Language Keepers Carolyn Kremers
Yurarluni: Eskimo Dancing

Carolyn Kremers

Lace



Naomi Clark

Near Timberline



Naomi Clark

Hired Horses At Seaside



Joanne Riley

The Diving Horse: A Retrospective

Vanessa Haley

At An Old Farmhouse On Crain Highway Near Upper Marlboro, Maryland, 1989 Jean Berrett
The Custodian Darrell g.h. Schramm
Rewriting a History Sheila Nickerson
Letter, To Jo, From Sonoma Sheila Nickerson
Finally As The Wind Trent Busch
From the Beginning Barry Sternlieb
Thoreau's Hat Barry Sternlieb
Farrier Barry Sternlieb
Relativity In January Barry Sternlieb

 

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About the Cover

Musk Ox Farm workers herd a group of arctic musk oxen out to pasture in minus 20 degree temperatures. Located in the Matanuska Valley just outside of Palmer, Alaska, this farm raises musk oxen for their undercoat of hair called qiviut. Qiviut is warmer than sheep’s wool and softer than cashmere.

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